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Angolan MPs have voted on downstream and exploration projects.
Canada’s TC Energy has reported a net profit attributable to common shares of CAD1.124bn ($890mn) for the fourth quarter of 2020, and has flagged up what it sees as opportunities to grow its natural gas and power and storage businesses.
State-run Chinese offshore developer CNOOC Ltd announced on February 22 that it had made a significant shallow-water oil and gas discovery in the Bohai Bay.
Two separate LNG-related deals have been announced this week, involving Qatargas and its parent company, Qatar Petroleum (QP).
World Bank to provide $36.5mn for second phase of rehabilitation of Tajikstan’s Nurek hydropower plant
Siemens Gamesa has this week delivered all the components for 17 of its SG3.4-132 turbines that it will install at its 59-MW Goubet wind farm in Djibouti, despite the challenging conditions caused by COVID-19.
West Africa hybrid solar power solutions provider Daystar Power plans to raise about $100m within the next three years to satisfy existing client demand.
Africa accounts for only 6% of global energy demand and a little more than 3% of electricity demand.
The US Development Finance Corporation (DFC) and the Shell Foundation have signed a partnership to strengthen their investments in renewable energy in Africa and Asia.
Ecuador is heading for a second round of presidential elections, as none of the contenders secured a majority in the vote held last week. The outcome of the next round is likely to affect the country’s oil policy.
Offshore wind projects with floating foundations may be arriving this decade in California, the cradle of the global modern wind industry back in the 1970s.
Is Beijing the real actor behind North Korea’s nuclear weapons programme? What is the real strategy behind North Korea's nuclear programme?
Libya’s Government of National Accord (GNA) said last week that it had ordered the payment of all overdue wages to members of the Petroleum Facilities Guards (PFG).
Cheniere Energy has asked the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for permission to put the third train at the Corpus Christi LNG export terminal in Texas into service.
Below-freezing weather is disrupting both upstream and downstream operations in the US. The extreme cold is proving particularly troublesome in states such as Texas, which are unaccustomed to such weather.
As Argentina's oil production rises, Ecuador is still waiting for election results.
In East Africa, Uganda’s government is turning its attention to plans for extracting and exporting crude oil from fields near Lake Albert.